Blyth Academy is the largest network of private high schools in Canada with eight in-person campuses and two virtual schools. Each campus is designed to be a community of 75-150 students with average class sizes of 12 students per class. Blyth Academy offers a comprehensive full-time program as well as night school, summer school, private courses, and online classes in both teacher-led and self-paced formats. We create unique opportunities for students to reach their fullest potential and ultimately shape the world.
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Globeducate is a world leader in K-12 private schools serving more than 31,000 students. With over 55 premium international schools, Globeducate reaches ten countries including Spain, France, Italy, the United Kingdom, Portugal, India, and Malaysia.
At Globeducate, we believe that our students will only succeed in the world of tomorrow, if they are prepared for the challenges that they will face.
The world is changing at an incredible pace, and our planet is facing unprecedented social, economic and environmental challenges. In addition to providing an excellent education, we ensure that our students build character, learn skills and develop abilities beyond the purely academic. Our students have a voice, and we give them the power to act and help build a more equal, fair and sustainable world.
We prepare each student to become a global citizen who can shape the world.
Blyth Academy's Head of Guidance, Jessica Lewis, appeared on Toronto's Breakfast Television as a subject matter expert to discuss how students are struggling with mental health after being isolated during COVID, how to address the issue and what can be done to help.
The senior years of high school are tough. There is no way to sugar coat that. Throw in a global pandemic, economic meltdown and political turmoil and you have the makings for a chaotic academic and social year. It doesn’t have to be that way, though. We’ve compiled a list of some ways that you can create calm in those final, chaotic years of high school.
Our campuses are filled with energy and excitement for the start of a new school year. Classes are underway, student clubs are filling up, and friendships are being forged. Students, familiar and new, are already coming together to create the sense of community our campuses are known for. With the pandemic (almost) behind us, we’re reminded of how electric we can be when we are all together. We look forward to an enriched and positive school year.
Thirteen-year-old, Haneen Yousef, recently finished Grades 9 to 12 in less than a year, at her own pace, as a Blyth Academy Online student. This fall, she is heading to Concordia University to complete a bachelor’s degree in English as the youngest student on campus. In a recent article for CBC, Haneen and her mother, Doaa Abou Sharbin, talked about her accelerated path as a gifted child and how Blyth Academy Online offered her the flexibility to complete her high school diploma early.
Over the past decade, the role of a Guidance Counsellor has changed tremendously, even more so in the past few years, as our youth face new challenges throughout their educational journeys. For example, I started my role as a Guidance Counsellor, not realizing the impact I would have on my students and how my relationships with my students could be life changing.
Our Blyth Academy schools are fulfilling a group-wide commitment made by Globeducate in 2019 that all schools in the group would become Eco-Schools. Despite challenges raised by the pandemic, almost half of Globeducate schools are now Certified Eco Schools including all Blyth Academy campuses.
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